Our programs address the critical needs for shelter and comfort during hardship, including:
House to Home
We provide goods and furnishings to families who are making fresh starts. After all, a house is a just a building, but a home is a feeling. The essentials we provide create that feeling.
Families are referred to us by nonprofits and organizations helping them in other capacities. Once introduced to us, we learn the family’s specific needs and get to work, fulfilling a list of items that transform their new living quarters into warm and well stocked homes.
Emerging from shelters or crisis centers, the recipients have very little, just a bit of clothing, so the necessities we donate, help them make an important transition in their lives. We appreciate our angels who shop, organize and move furnishings with us. Together, we transform houses into homes.
Our partners include: Casas de Luz, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh’s Office of Human Services, Volunteers of America Chesapeake, and Youth Empowered Society. We welcome your involvement and in-kind donations as well.
Sweet Ashley Fund
The Sweet Ashley Fund enables us to extend cost-free, convenient housing for lung cancer patients (and family members) who come from out-of-town for treatment at facilities throughout The Johns Hopkins Hospital system.
This program is made possible with donations from the beloved family and friends of Ashley Pribicko Misterka, who passed away in November 2016 after a long battle with lung cancer.